Thomisidae

Male Stephanopis barbipes, copyright Ed Nieuwenhuys.


Belongs within: Entelegynae.
Contains: Ozyptila, Xysticus, Thomisus.

The Thomisidae, crab spiders, are a diverse group of spiders primarily found hunting on vegetation.

Characters (from Jocqué & Dippenaar-Schoeman 2007): Small to large; eight eyes present in two rows, lateral eyes usually on tubercles; legs laterigrade, with two tarsal claws, legs I and II usually longer than III and IV; ecribellate; entelegyne.

<==Thomisidae [Misumenoidae]
    |--Borboropactus Simon 1884 [Borboropactidae] JD-S07
    `--+--Aphantochilinae JD-S07
       |--Bominae JD-S07
       |--Dietinae JD-S07
       |--Strophius FM11 [Strophiinae JD-S07]
       |--Stiphropodinae JD-S07
       |--Thomisus JD-S07
       `--Stephanopis Cambridge 1869 H09 (see below for synonymy)
            |--S. barbipes Koch & Keyserling 1890 KK84
            |--S. benhami Hogg 1909 H09
            |--S. longipes H09
            `--S. ornata B96

Thomisidae incertae sedis:
  Cymbachina albobrunnea (Urquhart 1893) FF99, NS00 [=Xysticus albobrunnea NS00]
  Saccodamus formivorus B96
  Runcinia JD-S07
    |--R. acuminata B96
    `--R. flavida JD-S07
  Synema globosum (Fabricius 1775) K55
  Heriaeus hirtus (Latreille 1819) K55
  Camaricus striatipes (Van Hass 1882) [=Platythomisus striatipes; incl. C. formosus Thorell 1887] T94
  ‘Pasithea’ Blackwall 1858 (preoc.) S69
  Erissoides argentinus Mello-Leitão 1931 M-L31
  Tmarus piger K01
  Bucranium L-M-HM11
  Tharpyna campestrata Koch 1874 E07
  Cymbacha festiva Koch 1874 E07
  Amyciaea albomaculata ZS10, B96
  Pistius truncatus K01
  Oxyptila lugubris [incl. Xysticus tuberosus] K01
  Rhynchognatha Thorell 1887 K92
    `--R. cinerascens Thorell 1887 K92
  Misumena M01
    |--M. tricuspidata K01
    `--M. vatia Clerck 1757 M01
  Daradius Sim. 1886 K92
    |--D. bipunctatus (Thorell 1877) [=Pistius bipunctatus] K92
    `--D. callidus Thorell 1890 K92
  Platythomisus Doleschall 1859 T94
    |--*P. phryniformis Doleschall 1859 D59
    `--P. jucundus Thorell 1894 T94
  Synaema K01
    |--S. globosum [incl. S. globosum var. nigriventris Kulczyński 1901] K01
    |--S. japonicum K01
    `--S. ornatum K01
  Sidymella FF99
    |--S. angularis (Urquhart 1885) [=Sparassus angularis] NS00
    |--S. angulatus (Urquhart 1885) [=Sparassus angulatus] NS00
    |--S. lampei (Strand 1913) [=Sidyma lampei] J98
    `--S. lobata B96
  Misumenops MC02
    |--M. asperatus GV09
    |--M. californicus P74
    |--M. gabrielensis P74
    |--M. lepidus MC02
    |--M. nepenthicola GV09
    `--M. rothi P74
  Diaea WR08
    |--D. albolimbata (Koch 1875) [=D. albomaculata; incl. Philodromus ovatus Urquhart 1887] NS00
    |--D. ambara (Urquhart 1885) [=Philodromus ambarus] NS00
    |--D. dorsata V09
    |--D. ergandros Evans 1995 WR08
    |--D. evanida (Koch 1867) E07
    |--D. multipunctata Koch 1874 E07
    |--D. punctata B96
    |--D. sphaeroides (Urquhart 1885) [=Philodromus sphaeroides] NS00
    `--D. variabilis B96
  Ozyptila K55
  Monaeses JD-S07
  Xysticus S95
  Thomisops pupa JD-S07
  Pherecydes JD-S07
  Tibellus S95
    |--T. maritimus (Menge 1875) BBM02
    |--T. oblongus Walckenaer 1802 BH02
    `--T. parallelus K01

Stephanopis Cambridge 1869 H09 [=Stephanopsis (l. c.) nec Bedot 1896 nec Lambert 1900 H09; Stephanopseae, Stephanopinae JD-S07]

*Type species of generic name indicated

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